These are the dishes you can only order if you know to ask.
Cookbook authors, cocktail experts, and New York magazine’s restaurant critic are coming to Drexel University this fall.
Persian lamb shanks and Turkish stuffed eggplant, just steps away from Rittenhouse Square.
The difference is not physical. It’s about a specific sort of energy.
Restaurant reporter wanted.
“It’s not Will 2.0.”
Michael and Jeniphur Pasquarello of 13th Street Kitchens will bring some Southern Italian flare back to their old stomping grounds.
Who knows croissants better than the French?
From smoked herring spaghetti to a not-to-be-missed shape that translates as “rooster’s crest.”
Hint: It involves (gasp!) mayonnaise.
Defined Hospitality — a seemingly out-of-nowhere restaurant group — is poised for big things.
It’s time to start taking wines from our region seriously. Everyone else is.